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America Goes to Press

by Greene, Laurence

Condition: Good +/No Jacket

Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill, 1936. Book. Good +. Cloth. First Edition Stated.. 375 pp. red cloth with gilt titling, still mostly bright. Corners bumped, one inch slit along spine exposes backing strip. Spine darkened. Text clean. A look at U.S. history as reported as breaking news in excerpts from various newspapers -- from colonial times up until the breakout of World War 1. The book shows how initial jopurnalistic reporting of events can shape political attitudes. Size: 8vo -- 9 in Tall.



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